Sara Holder

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When Women Stood: The Untold History of Females Who Changed Sports and the World

A fascinating and thorough history of the fight for women’s rights told through the lens of sports. Will likely appeal to readers interested in sports history and gender studies.

The E Suite: Empathetic Leadership for the Next Generation of Executives

A solid basic introduction to empathy-centered leadership. Will likely appeal to first-time managers and those looking to move into leadership positions.

Evolve or Die: Hard-Won Lessons from a Hockey Life

A disarmingly honest view of a storied career in Canadian sports broadcasting. Will likely appeal to hockey fans, particularly those who share Shannon’s feelings for Hockey Night in Canada.

Pickleball Is Life: The Complete Guide to Feeding Your Obsession

An eye-catching book that’s both easy to read and informative. Will appeal to anyone curious about pickleball and to those who already love it.

1972: The Series That Changed Hockey Forever

An entertaining read that will appeal to hockey fans and readers interested in the intersection of sports and politics.

Library Signage and Wayfinding Design: Communicating Effectively with Your Users

Polger offers clear, practical, actionable advice for improving how libraries communicate with users through signage. Will appeal broadly to library workers in public service-related positions.

Academic Librarianship: Anchoring the Profession in Contribution, Scholarship, and Service

Informative and thought-provoking. Simons doesn’t provide answers but rather a framework to promote further discussion. Will appeal to academic librarians, library administrators, and those involved in developing curricula for library and information science programs.

Owning the Sun: A People’s History of Monopoly Medicine from Aspirin to COVID-19 Vaccines

Part history lesson on intellectual property and part damning critique of the private interests that blocked an attempt to subject COVID vaccines to IP restrictions, Zaitchik’s book is highly informative and deeply troubling reading. It will appeal to readers concerned with equitable access to medicine and responsible corporate governance.

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